Travel to Ireland from Switzerland
From Sunday 6 March, there will no longer be a requirement to provide any COVID-19 public health documentation or to complete a Passenger Locator Form for the purpose of travel to Ireland. More information is available here.
Travel to Switzerland from Ireland
From 17 February, there are no longer any public health measures at the border for people entering Switzerland from countries or regions without a variant of concern. These people no longer have to present evidence of vaccination, recovery or a negative test and no longer have to complete a Swiss Passenger Locator Form. There are currently no entries on the list of countries with a variant of concern.
In addition, we recommend that you consult your airline prior to travel.
In order to provide a safe environment for our staff and our visitors, our public office is available by appointment only. We apologise for the inconvenience and request the kind understanding and cooperation of the public.
If you would like to contact the Embassy, you may contact us by email. Our inbox is monitored regularly throughout business hours. Additionally, our phone line (+41 31 350 03 80 ) is open Monday to Friday, between 0930 and 1200.
Passport & Visa Services
All those resident in Switzerland and Liechtenstein who require a passport must now apply online using the Passport Online service. If you have any queries relating to a passport application please contact our Customer Service Hub who will be happy to assist you.
Those resident in Algeria who require a passport, or have a passport enquiry, may contact the Embassy.
If you have a query about visas, you may contact us by email with all relevant information, and we will respond as soon as possible.